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2019/04/19 13:05:37 (permalink)
so basically when the gpu is under load (game or benchmark) i see this warning on the LED screen ,
 

 
 
so , anyone got any clue ?! i'm using the OC bios and played around with PX1 settings a lot to try stop it , it did stop sometimes when i lower the power target to 100% !!
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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 13:08:19 (permalink)
wow all of your led indicators look ok.
havent seen that before.

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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 13:08:36 (permalink)
Wow.. who would of thought it. A kingpin saying too much power captain!

This will be interesting.

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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 13:16:47 (permalink)
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wow all of your led indicators look ok.
havent seen that before.


you mean the one on the right ? it's blinking actually !


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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 13:32:48 (permalink)
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so basically when the gpu is under load (game or benchmark) i see this warning on the LED screen ,

 
 
so , anyone got any clue ?! i'm using the OC bios and played around with PX1 settings a lot to try stop it , it did stop sometimes when i lower the power target to 100% !!

Are you using 3 Separate PCIe Power Cables?
What Power Supply are you running and How Old is it?
Did you install PX1 3.15 and did the Firmware update?
Did you Power of and Power Down you PSU (Turned off the Power Switch)?
Remove the VGA Cable when you do this Power Down as well.
What Motherboard and CPU is this Card installed?
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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 13:37:02 (permalink)
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so basically when the gpu is under load (game or benchmark) i see this warning on the LED screen ,

 
 
so , anyone got any clue ?! i'm using the OC bios and played around with PX1 settings a lot to try stop it , it did stop sometimes when i lower the power target to 100% !!

Are you using 3 Separate PCIe Power Cables?
What Power Supply are you running and How Old is it?
Did you install PX1 3.15 and did the Firmware update?
Did you Power of and Power Down you PSU (Turned off the Power Switch)?



i'm using 2 PCIe power cables but 1 of them got 2 heads
 

 
PSU is Asus THOR 1200w
latest PX1 and did the FW update when i ran PX1 the first time
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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 13:47:45 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby kingx11 2019/04/19 15:56:57
Try 3 separate pcie cables to the card.. if you can.

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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 13:55:37 (permalink)
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Try 3 separate pcie cables to the card.. if you can.



i just did that , same issue under load , could it be related to the Mobo pushing too much voltage?!
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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 14:16:06 (permalink)
Nuts.. no idea. Can you test your outlet your plugging the system into? A kill-A-watt could tell you your voltage at the outlet. Multimeter could as well.

Your atx power cord look good? No signs of wires being pushed out the backside of the connector?

Can you easily move your pc to a different room to power up to see if the issue is still there?

What's your motherboard show in the bios for the power monitor? +12 at 11.95-12.10v?

If you have a digital multimeter you could test a 12v line off your psu and see what it's really reading.

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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 14:32:28 (permalink)
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Nuts.. no idea. Can you test your outlet your plugging the system into? A kill-A-watt could tell you your voltage at the outlet. Multimeter could as well.

Your atx power cord look good? No signs of wires being pushed out the backside of the connector?

Can you easily move your pc to a different room to power up to see if the issue is still there?

What's your motherboard show in the bios for the power monitor? +12 at 11.95-12.10v?

If you have a digital multimeter you could test a 12v line off your psu and see what it's really reading.



i don't have those tools
 
moving the PC to another seems like a hard to do idea but i might do it
 
the gpu runs fine and tested it in FS ultra while that message is on/off the screen
 
it seems i can't post the results yet :D
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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 14:36:42 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby kingx11 2019/04/19 15:57:10
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so basically when the gpu is under load (game or benchmark) i see this warning on the LED screen ,

 
 
so , anyone got any clue ?! i'm using the OC bios and played around with PX1 settings a lot to try stop it , it did stop sometimes when i lower the power target to 100% !!

Are you using 3 Separate PCIe Power Cables?
What Power Supply are you running and How Old is it?
Did you install PX1 3.15 and did the Firmware update?
Did you Power of and Power Down you PSU (Turned off the Power Switch)?



i'm using 2 PCIe power cables but 1 of them got 2 heads
 

 
PSU is Asus THOR 1200w
latest PX1 and did the FW update when i ran PX1 the first time

Use 3 Separate ones.
Are you plugged into the Wall or into a UPS Unit?
Leave off the http://   from your links and we can fill that in.
 
What Motherboard and CPU is this Card installed?
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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 14:38:20 (permalink)
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so basically when the gpu is under load (game or benchmark) i see this warning on the LED screen ,
 





 
i did already , same issue under load
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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 14:40:53 (permalink)
Leave off the http://   from your links and we can fill that in.
 
What Motherboard and CPU is this Card installed?

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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 14:44:51 (permalink)
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Leave off the http://   from your links and we can fill that in.

What Motherboard and CPU is this Card installed?




3dmark.com/3dm/35515971?
 
also a screenshot with some OSD info
 

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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 14:52:48 (permalink)
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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 14:53:20 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby kingx11 2019/04/19 15:50:44
It's a warning that the 12 volt rail from the power supply is too high. It doesn't have to do with amount of wattage being drawn, it has to do with the power being delivered to the card is still remaining within safe spec. This is not something that is going to show in Precision X1. I would strongly recommend to test with a different power supply or at the very least make sure you are using only single cables for each PCIe power connector and not the dual ones, like bcavnaugh suggested.

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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 14:56:39 (permalink)
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NICE! https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/35515971
 
Why will you not answer this? What Motherboard and CPU is this Card installed?





sorry i forgot
 
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CPU : 7900x
 
hardly taxing the PSU imo
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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 15:00:58 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby kingx11 2019/04/19 15:53:23
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NICE! https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/35515971
 

sorry i forgot
 
Mobo : Asus rampage 6 extreme Omega
CPU : 7900x
 
hardly taxing the PSU imo


Thanks,
I would try what EVGATech_AdamB posted above with testing with a different Power Supply.
Make sure that you do not mix the cables between them unless it is the same make and models of the Power Supplies.
You can also change the Plug that you are using now on your PSU, not all on the same line that is.
Yellow for the GPU and Green Upper Left then Lower Right if two EPS Cables are being used.

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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 15:53:26 (permalink)
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It's a warning that the 12 volt rail from the power supply is too high. It doesn't have to do with amount of wattage being drawn, it has to do with the power being delivered to the card is still remaining within safe spec. This is not something that is going to show in Precision X1. I would strongly recommend to test with a different power supply or at the very least make sure you are using only single cables for each PCIe power connector and not the dual ones, like bcavnaugh suggested.





thank you , i used the cables that came with the PSU , they were all single headed PCIe cables while i had 2 double headed PCIe cables from an older PSU i had , i did see the message again once when i ran Furmark but it stopped showing up while other messages were rotating on the screen
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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 15:56:53 (permalink)
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NICE! https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/35515971
 

sorry i forgot
 
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CPU : 7900x
 
hardly taxing the PSU imo


Thanks,
I would try what EVGATech_AdamB posted above with testing with a different Power Supply.
Make sure that you do not mix the cables between them unless it is the same make and models of the Power Supplies.
You can also change the Plug that you are using now on your PSU, not all on the same line that is.
Yellow for the GPU and Green Upper Left then Lower Right if two EPS Cables are being used.





 
i have the cables connected like this
 
1. the top far right yellow pin
2. the one right next to 1. on the left
3. connected to the yellow colored pin in the middle of second row
 
working 100% now , gotta push for 2200mhz now :D
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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 15:58:26 (permalink)
 Great to hear.
2175 MHz seems to be my max ATM

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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 19:33:18 (permalink)
RTX KPE have onboard hardware health monitor, that constantly checks if any of the voltages is out of 5% ATX standard specification. If that happens, it will be reported on OLED and 5 status LEDs will start blinking. If you have DMM (you can get one at nearest electronics/tools store, something for 30$ or little more will do fine) you can hook it to +12V on card, using bundled ProbeIt adapter (position pin 9 and pin 10) to actually measure +12V from PSU. Voltage should be below +12.6V, if it's that or higher = you will get warning +12V is too high, meaning your PSU output is out of spec.
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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 21:11:38 (permalink)
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Nuts.. no idea. Can you test your outlet your plugging the system into? A kill-A-watt could tell you your voltage at the outlet. Multimeter could as well.

Your atx power cord look good? No signs of wires being pushed out the backside of the connector?

Can you easily move your pc to a different room to power up to see if the issue is still there?

What's your motherboard show in the bios for the power monitor? +12 at 11.95-12.10v?

If you have a digital multimeter you could test a 12v line off your psu and see what it's really reading.



i don't have those tools
 
moving the PC to another seems like a hard to do idea but i might do it
 
the gpu runs fine and tested it in FS ultra while that message is on/off the screen
 
it seems i can't post the results yet :D


You might just be a very fine hair over spec, , and the kingpin card is detecting it and telling you but its such a small amount that you haven't set off any bells and whistles. What psu model and make is this that's powering this rig anyway?!?!

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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/19 22:06:40 (permalink)
I would not change mine 1200 P2 for ROG THOR 1200.
Anyway LCD and RGB are useless for me because PSU is in back chamber, like 1/3 of people today.
For 2 years 50% of PSU will be covered and hidden somewhere. 
With 1200 P2 you would not see any message on RTX2080Ti K|NGP|N.
 
 
 
 

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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/20 08:15:25 (permalink)
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RTX KPE have onboard hardware health monitor, that constantly checks if any of the voltages is out of 5% ATX standard specification. If that happens, it will be reported on OLED and 5 status LEDs will start blinking. If you have DMM (you can get one at nearest electronics/tools store, something for 30$ or little more will do fine) you can hook it to +12V on card, using bundled ProbeIt adapter (position pin 9 and pin 10) to actually measure +12V from PSU. Voltage should be below +12.6V, if it's that or higher = you will get warning +12V is too high, meaning your PSU output is out of spec.




so the problem wasn't solved after all , i got the message again sadly
 
so i bought a new PSU (corsaire HX1200) and connected 3 separate cables from the box , that warning never showed up but the GPU core clock is stuck @ 300mhz while memory clock was overclocking jus fine !!! i tried changing bios profiles around and nothing changed
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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/20 08:37:31 (permalink)
Maybe is not show up because card not work in 3D Mode.
Did you tried to uninstall driver with Display Driver Uninstaller and than to try some other version of driver?

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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/20 08:50:19 (permalink)
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RTX KPE have onboard hardware health monitor, that constantly checks if any of the voltages is out of 5% ATX standard specification. If that happens, it will be reported on OLED and 5 status LEDs will start blinking. If you have DMM (you can get one at nearest electronics/tools store, something for 30$ or little more will do fine) you can hook it to +12V on card, using bundled ProbeIt adapter (position pin 9 and pin 10) to actually measure +12V from PSU. Voltage should be below +12.6V, if it's that or higher = you will get warning +12V is too high, meaning your PSU output is out of spec.




so the problem wasn't solved after all , i got the message again sadly
 
so i bought a new PSU (corsaire HX1200) and connected 3 separate cables from the box , that warning never showed up but the GPU core clock is stuck @ 300mhz while memory clock was overclocking jus fine !!! i tried changing bios profiles around and nothing changed


Did you test Both Single and Multiple Switch?
When you changed the Bios was the Power Supply Switch in the Off Position?
And where is it showing Stuck at 300MHz?
If on the OLED Screen is PX1 Set and Running?

+12V rail selection switch
The HX Series power supplies are equipped with a +12V Rail Selection
Switch that gives you the choice of single or multiple +12v rails.
In the “SINGLE” position, the full output of the power supply’s +12V rail
is available to any and all connectors, while in the “MULTIPLE” position,
each individual connector has Over-Current Protection so no more
than 40A of current can be delivered on any given cable.
Deliver the power how you want.
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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/20 08:55:22 (permalink)
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RTX KPE have onboard hardware health monitor, that constantly checks if any of the voltages is out of 5% ATX standard specification. If that happens, it will be reported on OLED and 5 status LEDs will start blinking. If you have DMM (you can get one at nearest electronics/tools store, something for 30$ or little more will do fine) you can hook it to +12V on card, using bundled ProbeIt adapter (position pin 9 and pin 10) to actually measure +12V from PSU. Voltage should be below +12.6V, if it's that or higher = you will get warning +12V is too high, meaning your PSU output is out of spec.




so the problem wasn't solved after all , i got the message again sadly
 
so i bought a new PSU (corsaire HX1200) and connected 3 separate cables from the box , that warning never showed up but the GPU core clock is stuck @ 300mhz while memory clock was overclocking jus fine !!! i tried changing bios profiles around and nothing changed


Did you test Both Single and Multiple Switch?
 
 





 
i did and nothing changed , here's what i discovered , i went back  to the ASUS PSU , the clocks were back to normal and OC is fine , however this time around i removed the video capture card that i had installed in the 2nd x16 PCIe slot because the x4 one was blocked by the AIO ( the case is lian-li O11 D ) , so far the warning never showed up even once so the issue was the capture card , hopefully i won't see it again , tested it twice now after 2 system restarts
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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/20 08:56:48 (permalink)
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i did and nothing changed , here's what i discovered , i went back  to the ASUS PSU , the clocks were back to normal and OC is fine , however this time around i removed the video capture card that i had installed in the 2nd x16 PCIe slot because the x4 one was blocked by the AIO ( the case is lian-li O11 D ) , so far the warning never showed up even once so the issue was the capture card , hopefully i won't see it again , tested it twice now after 2 system restarts

They are Sharing PCIe Lanes.
But making so many changes at once can make it hard to troubleshoot.
You should have posted this information in your First Post.
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Re: small issue with KingPIN 2080ti 2019/04/20 08:59:36 (permalink)
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They are Sharing PCIe Lanes





it never crossed my mind and i really want that video capture card working
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